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stanford ph.d won for his work in economics along with ucla professor lloyd shapley. cornell bernard is on campus. >> reporter: the phone rang at professor roth's house 3:30 this morning but he slept through the phone rang again, he picked up it was stockholm calling saying he had won the prize in economics. he spoke to reporters and got a standing ovation. he is a stanford economist, 60-years-old and pioneer in match making series and formulas, he redesigned matching up doctors with hospitals, organs with transplant recipients and students with the right schools. >> economics has somehow a reputation among some parts of the public as being boring about prices and statistics. but, i've always thought of economics as being not just part of the social sciences but humanities because it gives us a window into people's lives at some of the biggest crossing points. >> reporter: dr. roth says he did not expect to win it was a big surprise. he shares the award and the million dollar prize with dr. lloyd shapley at ucla what do you do after winning the nobel prize? dr. roth says nothing spec
will be hitting the market. >>> a live look at the apple officials on stage now in san jose. cornell bernard joins us live with the big questions the price and the features. >> reporter: we are still waiting for the price. there is a frenzy here in downtown san jose. apple fans have been waiting a very longtime this morning we are getting our first look at the new ipad mini it was unveiled a few minutes ago in true apple fashion was kept a closely guarded secret, until now. the 7 inch. pad, apple calls it more than a shrunken down regular version of the ipad. this one is thin, has a high resolution screen, large enough to hold in your hand. tech experts say the new device will give competing products like kindle fire a run for its money. >> come holiday season, consumer goes into a store or online and looking at options. right now amazon and google have tablets that you can buy for less than $200. apple have that. if they can narrow that gap on price they give peep more reason to buy an apple product. >> reporter: apple announced new lighter version of the its mac book and i-mac. experts say the i
for it in four and one. the quick handoff to giovanni bernard, finds room. catches the hokies defense napping. doesn't happen often. bernard taking it 62 yards to pay dirt. unc up 21-14 and go on to win. tech lost back-to-back games now 48-34, losing count today. >>> virginia visiting duke, and the first start for the blue devil qb anthony boone, stumbling out of the gate. gets up, throws two first quarter touchdowns. second one here, 37-yard connection to connor vernon. the new receptions leader in acc history. 14-7 duke. calm down, jim. i know you're excited. first quarter, virginia. sticking to do the ground here. still hops, perry jones up and over ties the game at 14. duke pulls away from the second half. barreling in to the end zone from 11 yards out. it's 28-17 blue devils and right now duke still leading 35-17 in the fourth quarter. >>> to colorado springs. air force hosting navy. not good when navy's starting qb kyle miller hurt in the fourth quarter. keenen reynolds to the rescue, marches the team down the field. two-point conversion tying the game at 21. we're going to overtime in
in pandemonium. but it was not all fun and games out there, actually. bernard is live with both sides of the fan experience tonight. cornell? >> dan, just an amazing night of baseball at at&t. for the fans, game one of the world series did not disappoint. but those not luck ay enough to have a ticket -- lucky enough to have a ticket took their chances with scalpers. giants fans spill out of at&t park over joyed. game one of the world series belongs to them. fans want to say vor every moment of the win. >> pablo three home runs for pablo. amazing. >> the panda, pablo sandoval wowed fans over and over again. three home runs in early innings. >> it is awesome just to be here. it is a great experience. i am speechless, i really am. >> the giants are on fire right now. it is looking good. >> just getting to the game was expensive for those needing to park. we topped parking lots doubling and tripling their prices. >> how much for parking right now? >> $140. i am not able to pay that money, but i charge that money. >> other garages charged $ninety. but they seemed ready to raise prices if necessary. >
at 14-14. second quarter, tarheels deciding to go for it on fourth and one. brent renner to bernard. the hokies' defense not prepared for this. one of two big runs for bernard on the day. 62 yards here to the end zone. unc wins 48-34. virginia tech has lost back-to-back games. stra tech hokies now 3-3. it's the first home victory for the tarheels over virginia tech since 1938. >> whoa! that's a long stretch. >> that's a long time. >> howard did win tonight 17-10. we have to add that score over florida a&m. >> almost as long as we've seen since the nats in the playoffs. >>> that's our news for tonight. "saturday night live" is next with james bond. have a great night, everyone. >> good evening from the magnus arena at the university of denver in denver, colorado. i'm jim lehrer, anchor of the pbs news hour on your local public broadcasting station. thank you
tomorrow. cornell bernard has a preview for us. >> the stage is set here at city hall to celebrate the giants everywhere you look. folks are already starting to gather and checking out the imrand strand where the giants parade will pass by. >> a big party being planned at city hall where it is all about banners and hundreds of balloons. celebrating the giants' world series win. >> at pier54, they are stapling up a storm. joy i just do what i am told -- >> i just do i am told. i staple. >> they have one goal, cover the floats from front to back in orange and black in time for the victory parade. >> now we can go through the floats like termites getting them ready. i suspect don't stand here too long. they probably will decorate you. >> giant support staff will ride on the float. the players themselves will travel the parade in vintage cars. organizers say the parade will be bigger in score than 2010, the last time the giants won the world series. the marching band from greerdon high school is practicing for the parade. >> right now there is excitement at the school and everyone is j
there in the second half and played pretty well, pretty darn well. bernard, you see the race hands, we need to get bernard out there. >> it marked the start of the bloc classic. the platforms -- the franchisees, they go back to the days in york. amazingly, these clubs have never met. the best starting pitcher going to game 1, san francisco with south ball, the giants won all two years ago, but it has been since 1984. >> it is the thrill of a lifetime. we don't get here very often. you appreciate it and you go about your business trying to win it. >> the off-season is already here. owners are still changing who is running the club from the dugout. the first, higher boston made official as they traded for john farrell. it makes the all time manager. >> because i have been here before, there will be no taking for granted that relationships exist. i will work my butt off to earn their trust, respect, and create an environment in that clubhouse that is just that. it will be a learning one. and hopefully a very successful one at the same time. >> he lasted just one year in south florida as the manager o
. but it was not all fun and games out there, actually. bernard is live with both sides of the fan experience tonight. cornell? >> dan, just an amazing night of baseball at at&t. for the fans, game one of the world series did not disappoint. but those not luck ay enough to have a ticket -- lucky enough to have a ticket took their chances with scalpers. giants fans spill out of at&t park over joyed. game one of the world series belongs to them. fans want to say vor every moment of the win. >> pablo three home runs for pablo. amazing. >> the panda, pablo sandoval wowed fans over and over again. three home runs in early innings. >> it is awesome just to be here. it is a great experience. i am speechless, i really am. >> the giants are on fire right now. it is looking good. >> just getting to the game was expensive for those needing to park. we topped parking lots doubling and tripling their prices. >> how much for parking right now? >> $140. i am not able to pay that money, but i charge that money. >> other garages charged $ninety. but they seemed ready to raise prices if necessary. >> last week i was h
, bernard wittman, also a democratic pollster. okay, gentlemen. this is going to be interesting. now we had the full biden on... on last night's debate. he is in your face and making facial gestures and laughing and sighing. and on tuesday, at hoff stra, the president will step forward. chris, let's start with you. given where the polls have shifted, obviously some momentum now for romney, do you believe that vice-presidential debate blunted that momentum, or is it a wash? >> it's really a wash. there is not a situation where you can -- that you can point to where a vice-presidential debate has changed anything. whether you believe ryan won, which a couple of polls, c-nbc and cbs show him winning, other polls believe biden won. i believe it's a wash. if you say that biden won, my bet is that bernard believes that -- even if you believe that, you take the most emphatic democratic win in 1988 -- didn't matter. it just doesn't matter when it gets down to it. >> bernard, let's move to the movements and polls in ohio, pennsylvania, florida and virginia. real clear politics average has obama up s
columnist karl frisch and michelle bernard the president and ceo of bernard center for women, politics & public policy. welcome back to you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. >> jennifer: michelle how does the president come back from this? >> he just has to have a very, very -- the next two debates the president has to be very very strong, but i think it is very important that we see the barack obama that the whole country fell in love with in 2008 on the campaign trail. people are going to want him make us feel good about what he has done as president of the united states, what his vision for the future of the country is, and as much as i hate to say it, because i hate negative ads, but we know that they work. and we spoke after the convenings, there is a stark difference in how the democrats view the places of women, african-americans, hispanics from what we have seen from the republican party and i think the president is going to have to hit home on that. we needs everyone who voted for him in 2008 to come out in 2012. >> jennifer: absolutely. the gallup poll sho
states in hours. david bernard is tracking this super storm. our team of correspondents has the latest on evacuations, travel shutdowns and emergency preparedness at every level. >> this is a serious and big storm. >> glor: campaign 2012 moves inland to the swing state of ohio. jan crawford and dean reynolds report from the buckeye battleground. and back on track, jim axelrod shows us a runner on a mission to turn the lives of the homeless around, step-by-step. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news." >> glor: good evening, i'm jeff glor. hurricane sandy is roughly 400 miles off north carolina tonight threatening up to 60 million on the east coast. here is the latest: 65 people across the caribbean are dead. airlines have canceled more than 6,000 flights. amtrak has canceled all trains along the northeast corridor monday. hundreds of thousands are evacuating coastal areas. ten states have declared a state of emergency. we have a team of correspondents tracking the storm tonight and we begin with our hurricane consultant david bernard at wfor in miami. david, parts of
bernard. david? >> good evening, anthony. a lot of trouble up and down the east coast tonight. sandy is basically not a drop cam system anymore, but the effects are all going to be the same. let's start with where the storm is right now and, again, we are looking at very strong waves occurring all across ptions of the jersey and also long island sound. notice just offshore we're seeing some of these wave heights still indicated near 45 feet, maybe higher. and even though the storm is here, anthony, it's still pushing a lot of water in from the east and southeast. in fact, i was looking at some of the tide gauges in just the last few moments and places like the battery and even further east along the long island south and south along the jersey shore, those tides are reaching their highest levels of the day as we are nearing high tide in the next couple of hours. >> mason: david, we've talked about the storm surge. how does it work? >> when we talk about storm surge, we're talking about a lot of components that go into it. i was just mentioning high tide. so on a normal day you have y
an irrevocable death penalty for the killer? >> no, i don't, bernard, and i think you know i opposed the death penalty during all of my life. i don't see any evidence it's a deterrent and i think there are better and more effective ways to deal with violent crime. chris: speaking of time travel, andrea, you were sitting on the panel that year, that very year. jim lehrer's book on the debate includes the panelists, including you discussed bernie's question in the greenroom and there was concern among your group about asking that question. what was the feeling then? >> the feeling was, you saw three women, ann compton, margaret warner, myself and bernie. bernie had one question to ask as the moderator and we each got two and the format was tight and controlled and had a feeling we were sharing notes because we cannot didn't want to repeat each other because there would be no opportunity to follow up. this is what he said he would ask. think back, 1988, people didn't can those questions and we looked coiled and maybe it's gender, do you really want to ask that about kitty dukakis and bring her in
. bernard is live with both sides of the fan experience tonight. cornell? >> dan, just an amazing nightof. for the fans, game one of the world series did not disappoint. but those not luck ay enough to have a ticket -- lucky enough to have a ticket took their chances with scalpers. giants fans spill out of at&t park over joyed. game one of the world series belongs to them. fans want to say vor every moment of the win. >> pablo three home runs for pablo. amazing. >> the panda, pablo sandoval wowed fans over and over again. three home runs in early innings. >> it is awesome just to be here. it is a great experience. i am speechless, i really am. >> the giants are on fire right now. it is looking good. >> just getting to the game was expensive for those needing to park. we topped parking lots doubling and tripling their prices. >> how much for parking right now? >> $140. i am not able to pay that money, but i charge that money. >> other garages charged $ninety. but they seemed ready to raise prices if necessary. >> last week i was here and paid $30 and now it is $90 for parking. i guess the
with a prewinter storm from the west, and slam the east coast. meteorologist david bernard will have the latest. election day turns into election month. >> we need you guys to come out and vote. >> pelley: as the obama and romney campaigns push voters to arly early. dean reynolds is in the f otleground of ohio. the family of the pakistani girl shot for standing up to the taliban travels to britain to be at her side. mark phillips has the latest on her fight for life. and what's killing america's bats? seth doane take uz inside the bat cave scientist are battling a deadly enemy. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> >> pelley: good evening. srecasters are watching two storm systems tonight that are axpected to team up and hit the sst coast as something of a super storm. urr storm is moving in from the west, the other is hurricane sandy, now over the bahamas and heading north, highest sustained winds, 105 miles per hour. rhis is how the hurricane looks srom space. here is what it's doing on earth. iti,ding streets in haiti, sending waves
. about 50 miles outside of pittsburgh with sustained winds of 40 miles per hour. david bernard, chief meteorologist from our miami station cbs 4 is tracking the superstorm. >> reporter: sandy continues to wreak havoc across parts of the country. it's a very large storm. looking at the satellite picture showing is circulation west of chicago and east of new york out into portions of the atlantic. as far as chicago we've seen huge waves over lake michigan in the last 24 hours. some of that will continue before it eventually begins to wind down. looking ahead over the appalachians, that's the biggest effect, a blizzard is ongoing across west virginia, the circulation around sandy is running up against those mountains, enhancing the snows and we're going to see some enormous snow totals. by the time it's all said and done three feet in the higher elevations in west virginia with snow as far south as the mountains of tennessee, north carolina and western portions of virginia. for cbs 4 news i'm david bernard in miami. >> here's some of the waves david was talking about, pushing a near reco
chip reid and meteorologist david bernard. the economy picks up steam, but is it enough to get unemployment down? anthony mason on the last economic report on growth before the election. the school girl shot for standing up to the taliban is ready to do it again. liz palmer on her bold promise. and steve hartman in search of -- >> reporter: a sleeping horse. people stacking eggplants. a squirrel in midair. captioning sponsored by cbs this is the "cbs evening news" with scott pelley. >> >> pelley: good evening. this will be an angst weekend. a hurricane from the caribbean and an arctic weather system from the west have started joining forces to create what could be a superstorm. hurricane sandy is about 400 miles south-southeast of charleston, south carolina, moving north. tropical storm watches and warnings are up from florida to north carolina. the surf is up already in south florida. landfall is expected early next week between virginia and southern new england. 64 million people are in harm's way, more than 40 have been killed in the caribbean. we have two reports tonight, f
this morning, and by next week could bring hurricane-force winds, strong rain, record highs, david bernard is watching sandy again this morning. david, what is the latest with the storm? >> put it plain and simple, norah, a category 1 hurricane in the bahamas. it is a little weaker than yesterday, maximum sustained winds 80 miles per hour. it's moving to the northwest at 13. we think the storm is going to leave the bahamas tonight and parallel the east coast for the next 24 to 48 hours. sunday night, early monday morning, roughly east of the outer banks of north carolina, then that infamous turn to the west some time monday, monday night. whether you're talking chesapeake bay or north towards long island coming in from the east, that's not a good direction. it's a very unusual ones, and one of the reasons for is it we have a big roadblock in the central atlantic that's going to force the storm westward, then it's going to get caught up in this cold air. we're talking about there could be factors with this storm you might not normally see as the hurricane makes landfall and that could be th
's taking we turn to david bernard, chief meteorologist in our miami station wsor. also a cbs news hurricane consultant. david good morning. >> good morning, rebecca. let's take a look at what we have on sandy. the headline overnight if you want to call it that is that it weakened a little bit so it went from a hurricane to a tropical storm. with 70 mile-per-hour winds. i'll show you in a minute i don't think that's going to be real important. right now it's 350 miles southeast of charleston south carolina, the forecast does reintensify this to a category 1 hurricane by sunday night and early monday morning and then as we go during the day monday that's when we're expecting that landfall somewhere along the mid-atlantic or northeastern shore line maybe as far north as long island or as far south as portions of the delmarva. >> david, as chip reid just laid out one in five americans are looking like they are in this storm's path. when do we expect it to strengthen again? >> let's take a look at this map. that's why i'm saying it's not that important it weakened to a tropi
for the killer? >> no, i don't, bernard. >> i feel sorry for these candidates because there's a bunch of people sitting around a room right now telling them to do ten impossible things and then at the end saying be yourself. >> reporter: and if you lose the first round you can recover at the next match with a well executed zinger. >> i am not going to exploit for political purposes my opponent's youth and inexperience. >> reporter: even a strong debate performance by john kerry wasn't enough to defeat george w. bush, but debates matter because it's the first chance to size up the candidates in unscripted moments one-on-one. brian? >> andrea mitchell, who by the way will be our fact checker during our live coverage of the debate wednesday night here on nbc. andrea, thanks. >>> more american deaths today in afghanistan. and the rising death toll numbers will bring more question about the mission in a very unsteady region. tonight we have special coverage of that region, many believe is at the brink, with americans there in harm's way. we have three reports this evening from ann curry, richard eng
carried out by bernard madoff began as far back as the early 1970s. that's according to a rewritten indictment bringing new charges against four longtime madoff employees. >>> a trader joe's peanut butter recall linked to cases of salmonella has now spread to nut butter recalls at multiple national chains including whole foods, target and stop 'n shop. >>> honda is recalling 3,000 accords. >>> congratulations to yahoo!'s marissa mamaier. the new ceo and husband welcomed their first child, a baby boy. >>> in seattle, a watery welcome cast a rainbow for the arrival of the first boeing 787 dreamliner to land as part of on the pond airways' new daily commercial service from tokyo. you cannot buy that kind of pr. >>> coming up, the tigers clinch, the yanks come out swinging. >>> plus, it was champagne showers in our nation's capital. your first look at sports is straight ahead. you're watching "first look" on msnbc. jack, you're a little boring. boring. boring. [ jack ] after lauren broke up with me, i went to the citi private pass page and decided to be...not boring. that's how i met ma
-billion dollar fraud carried out by bernard madoff began as far back as the early 1970s. this is according to a rewritten indictment bringing new charges against four long-time madoff employees. >>> a trader joe's peanut butter recall linked to cases of salmonella has now spread to nut butter recalls at multiple national chains including whole foods, target and stop & shop. >>> honda is recalling 600,000 accords that may have a faulty power steering hose that can leak fluid and cause a fire. >>> congratulations to yahoo's marissa mayer. the new ceo and her husband welcomed their first child, a baby boy. >>> and in seattle, look at that. a watery welcome cast a rainbow for the arrival of the first boeing 787 dreamliner to land as part of an all nippon airways new daily commercial service from tokyo. >>> coming up, the tigers clinch, the yanks come out swinging, and the cowboys get picked bear. >>> plus, champagne showers in our nation's capital. your early morning sports headlines are straight ahead. >>> well, the big news in the forecast world is that cold air is coming down from canada an
, the foremost was certainly bernard berenson. through study, he made himself the leading authority on early italian painting. berenson played a crucial role in bringing authentic works by raphael to america. the first raphael collector was a woman. isabella stewart gardner of boston brought together one of the finest collections of old master paintings in america. from her father and husband she inherited two fortunes and traveled extensively abroad. she was deeply influenced by what she saw. in the outskirts of boston, she built fenway court, inspired by venetian palazzos she had visited. she placed her works of art in settings meant to evoke their original environme. isabella gardner identified with isabella d'este, the great patron of the arts in the renaissance, whom she saw as her precursor. like isabella d'este's, mrs. gardner's ambition was to obtain a raphael for her collection. the kind of raphael she wanted was, naturally, a madonna. the one she coveted was the so-called "small cowper madonna," then in an english private collection. berenson said he moved heaven and earth to get t
want to adjourn today's meeting in memory of bernard kern, he was nearly 92 years old when he passed way october 9th, 2012. he was a veteran and served in the army in world war ii and lived in san francisco. he had spent of the last several years at laguna honda [ho-rpbts/] where his many colorful stories will be missed by the staff and volunteers who he entertained. thank you. >> mr. president seeing no other names on the roster, that concludes roll call for introduction. >> supervisor farrell, pardon me. >> colleagues i have one hearing request, following up on mayor lee's comments from president chiu i'm introducing hearing requests regardsing our over $4 billion health care liability on the books in san francisco. in 2004 the government accounts board issued statement 45 requiring government employers to measure and report liabilities associated with post retirement benefits exclusing pensions. the lion's share of that number is health care costs of of our controler's office completed the first required report in 2010 based off of 2008 numbers and estimate our liability at $4
it to be between $250 and $300. cornell bernard will join us with a live report in less than half an hour. >>> 4:37. [ unintelligible ] i think the rain only added to the drama. [ unintelligible ] >>> still a little slickness from rain that went through last night woke me up i think it had a little hail. here we are in the south bay heading into the santa clara valley. fruitvale avenue, los gatos, that's where we are seeing healthier cell round 85, 17. up to the expressway willow street there, foxworthy avenue, wet weather, to the south of san jose international airport alum rock and it keeps moving into the higher elevations to the south of livermore. mount hamilton this is heading south and east morgan hill you are going to get another wave of wet weather, possibly guillory before all is said and done. damp this morning, fog possible in the 50s less of a chance of showers today than we did yesterday, still isolated chance into the afternoon and evening temperatures will top-out in the low to mid 60s. another chance tonight and tomorrow, showers stay over the ocean thursday and friday drier. >>
for medically unnecessary procedures. jayne miller told us about dr. larry bernard who has been making his money by ripping off medicare for patient care that he did not provide. he showed just how easy it is to cheat the system out of millions of dollars. >> the maryland controller's office is warning of a computer spam tonight. as kai reed explains, the perpetrators claim to be from the comptroller's office. >> comptroller's office received its first complaint on wednesday. >> they said their computer lockup and demanded payment to be sent to the comptroller's office before their computer would be a lot. but the message that pops up included a demand for $200. unlike other viruses, this one appears to attack when the user visits a compromise website. once on the website, the virus installed on to the computer, the computer locks, and the message appears. the office does not monitor individual computer usage and almost never would contact you on the computer. >> this virus is similar to another recent widespread scam including a message and they find claiming to be from the fbi. scammers tell u
hokies in chapel hill. bernard ripped off a 62-yard touchdown scamper on 4th and 1 early in the second quarter. he rushed for a career high 266 yards. the most the hokies allowed since he was hired. the hokies fall to 1-3 and off to their worst six-game start. the cavaliers in durham to face the blue devils. early 4th quarter, duke starts piling on the deep pass is caught by conner vernon for a 45-yard touchdown. duke goes on to win this one 42- 17. navy with a first game in the race for the commander in chief's trophy at air force. going straight to overtime, the goal line fumbled, the navy recovers in the end zone. watch if again. play would be reviewed. call upheld to give navy the lead. air force one more try, fourth down. the pass was batted down. navy wins a thriller. 28-21. to profootball. the redskins preparing for just their second home game. heading into week five of the season. but home isn't such a special place. washington is looking to snap a seven-game home losing streak. to do that, they have to ground the falcons who are undefeated. matt ryan and the high powered offen
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people across the caribbean. meteorologist david bernard is tracking the storm. officials in crowded low-lying areas scramble to prepare for a projected threat from high tides. chip reid and elaine quijano are watching
of correspondents standing by, and we begin with our hurricane consultant david bernard at our miami station wfor. >> reporter: good evening, margaret. not much change on the storm in intensity or the expected track. latest from the national hurricane center puts sandy at 75-mile-per-hour storm, 345 miles south of cape hatteras, north carolina, moving to the northeast at 13. based on that track, the best chance for significant windses, 58 miles per hour or greater, are going to be in the area along the jersey shore, right into the new york city metropolitan area, and when we talk about significant winds, we're talking about winds that have a good chance of causing power outages and a lot of do you understand trees glerg david, how much flooding should we expect? >> coastal flooding could be a huge problem. there are evacuations being ordered along the coast because of that, and we have two things going on. we have the angle of approach. the storm is going to make that turn and move directly west or west-northwest into the coastline, and that causes the highest storm surge in some of these locatio
to hurricane watcher meteorologist david bernard at our cbs miami station, w.f.o.r.-tv. good morning, david. >> reporter: good morning, charlie. we have the latest on hurricane sandy. sandy is continuing to move to the northeast at around 10 miles per hour, 75-mile-an-hour winds. no change in the expected intensity or the track. we're still looking for it to cross the mid atlantic coast line or the northeast coast line as far north as long island sound monday night into tuesday morning. that's when some of the worst weather is going to be. that's when the highest chance for significant winds that could cause power outages are going to begin to occur. >> osgood: meteorologist david bernard. thank you. sandy is turning out to be an october surprise for both presidential campaigns. with election day just over a week away, both mitt romney and president obama are canceling appearances and otherwise trying to steer clear of the storm's path. a magnitude 7.7 earthquake rattled the western coast of canada early this morning. there are no reports of casualties or major damage. a tsunami warning tha
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